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The Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service (HCPTS) is the hearings service of the Health and Care Professions Council
All hearings begin at 10am and are open to the press and public unless otherwise stated
HCPC statement of approach to fitness to practise investigations and hearings during the COVID-19 pandemic
Frequently asked questions about the HCPTS and fitness to practise hearings
Fitness to Practise investigate complaints regarding a registrant’s fitness to practise and conducted hearings through the Tribunal Service when required
Information to help your employees feel prepared before testifying and who to contact with further questions.
If the Investigating Committee decides there is a case to answer, the case will go forward for a final hearing
Cases are heard by a panel acting on behalf of one of three committees
Legal Assessors are legally qualified and provide advice to panels of the HCPC’s statutory committees and Council on questions of law
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) gives a general right of access to recorded information held by public authorities
These fact sheets provide more information and guidance to support you through the different parts of the FTP process.
Panel Chairs oversee a range of independent panels considering fitness to practise allegations
How we deal with serious cases during an investigation
What to do if your application to the Register has been refused